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Asthma Explained Clearly by MedCram.com





School or work isn t, at this point, posing a problem and your sleep is uninterrupted through the night. Your reliever inhaler is used no more than four times a week for symptoms (save prior to physical exertion) and all else with your breathing is well. In the green zone is equivalent to your asthma being totally under control. 

" Asthma has no set diagnosis; the journey from first warning sign symptoms to a full blown diagnosis of asthma is long and complicated. Symptoms usually: 1) Vary from person to person. 2) Vary from episode to episode. 3) Flare up and get very severe, then disappear for long periods. 4) Symptoms can be mild, moderate, or severe for extended periods of time. 

So, yu see, there is no need to get worked up over nothing if you begin to experience asthmatic symptoms. Persistent cough is common in asthmatics, especially children. But persistent cough happens to be symptomatic of lung disease, whooping cough, or postnasal drip. For adults or adolescents, there are often other factors at play, but infants who cough to the point of vomiting should get immediate attention from a doctor. 

It s important to breathe easy in the home above all, so get into the groove of cleaning and be free of dust mites and other airborne irritants. Sometimes, even outside pollen can affect asthma symptoms. It may be best to stay indoors, with central air conditioning, on high-pollen days. Weather and atmospheric conditions can affect how easy you breathe so pay attention to forecasts. 

There are other things you can do to make living with asthma much easier, steps you can take that make avoiding attacks an easy enough task. Eliminating breathing irritants in the environment is the best way to combat asthma attacks, and make living with asthma an attack-free experience. These irritants include dust mites, pet dander, pollen, and smoke. 

Hence, the need to take both simultaneously. Monitor your reliever use. If it increases, you can tell your asthma in general is getting worse. Treating a disease like asthma has no cure-all. No matter what that late nigt infomercial tells you. However with proper monitoring, communication between you and your health care provider, and personal responsibility, you can take part in assuring your health is maintained in a continuous, long-term way.